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The new report from Abila suggests it’s worthwhile to offer a variety of approaches to engagement to welcome donors of every age.
2015 “Selfie Awards” Salute Philanthropic Narcissism (Recipients Boycott Ceremony…but Need Not Be Present to Win)
In this face-off between entrenched, self-regarding foundations and a group of young upstarts out to rattle the status quo, the latter inevitably win the fight. Add a dollop of social media, and all bets are off.
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Gone are the days when philanthropies could operate quietly below the radar. Technology and shifts in societal expectations have changed the game completely.
Some money coming from a couple of big-money donors next year might spring from the profits they get from a government bailout of a bank they own.
If we can make this $25,000 match, the RBF will donate $2 for every dollar you give us. If we cannot, we lose that second $25,000 completely.
Nina Glinski writes for Bloomberg that the rich giving to already-rich institutions is warping our understanding of so-called philanthropy.
In his new op-ed, Ronnie J. Phillips says, “Spending and giving…are crucial to maintaining the vitality of a capitalist economy.”
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